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Old 05-18-2008, 03:47 PM   #11 (permalink)
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QX6800 is the best performance out of those, but Petey's right that q6600 is the best bang for the buck out of those
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Old 05-18-2008, 04:01 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Which one do you guys think is better?

Core 2 Quad Extreme Edition
QX6800($525), QX6800($795), QX6700($400)

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Q6600($210), Q6700($280), Q9300($275), Q9450($350), Q9550($621)

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I made a mistake the QX6800($795) was supposed to be the QX6850

does higher mhz help with the benches?
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Then the QX6850 is the best...

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QX6800 is the best performance out of those, but Petey's right that q6600 is the best bang for the buck out of those
they only are so expensive because they have unlocked Multipliers to help noobs with overclocking

but a q6600 at the same speed is same performance for almost 1/4th of the price
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but what causes the cpu to heat up?
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increases in voltage.

and when you use the cpu it heats up due to the use of it. basically.
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so it isnt related to higher fsb

but why do b3 heat up more than g0?
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its the steping, and when you raise the FSB then it increases temps a little, but not too much, and you have to raise the voltage to keep a stable FSB. wiki it if you want to know details.
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its the steping, and when you raise the FSB then it increases temps a little, but not too much, and you have to raise the voltage to keep a stable FSB. wiki it if you want to know details.
so that means that the 65nm are better than 45nm

they have lower FSB and high multiplier
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Not really....higher Fsbs and lower multipliers are not necessarily worse, just require a VERY good clocking motherboard to make use of.
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so that means that the 65nm are better than 45nm

they have lower FSB and high multiplier
65nm means that the Die has less transistors than a 45nm a 45nm can fit alot more transistors on it cuz the size is getting smaller and smaller. so in theory since the die sizes are the same and just hte transistors are changing the 45nm would be cooler BUT this isnt always the case. it has alot to do with how much you OC and what voltage you've got it stable at.
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